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To vrm.de for the call of a Convention
' Jatil tnacted by tfie General Assembly of
me state of .Missouri, as JfUiuws:
1. There shall be, at the general elec
tion for the members of the General As
sembly, in the year eighteen hundred and
irty-i'our, a poll opened, at the several
election precincts, for taking the sense
of Use people of this State upon the ex-
.pediency o! culling a Convention to a
mend, alter or muke a new Constitution
of Ibis State.
2. It shall be the duty of the juJg
s at the several election precincts in
this State, at the election aforesaid, to
cause a poll to be opened, which poll
shall contain two columns: one to be hcad-
c 1 'Convention,' the other 'no Conven
tion;' ami they shall cause the votes of
- each individual voter to be sol in the ap
3. All persons qualified, by the
Constitution and laws of this State, to
vote Jjr members of the General Assent
i i r . .... : , ,
Loy , auau uc i.iu'.icu iu osc i or vi tit.j:i?i .
sa; J Lonvenlion.
4. At the close cf said election, at
the several election precincts in this
State, the judges thereof shall cause an
abstract of the votes gien, for and a-g-iinst
a Convention, to be ma Jo out and
certified to the clerks of the several coun
ty courts in this State, who shall make
out an abstract ofthe vutes, given for a
gaiust a Convention, in their respective
counties, r.;id transmit the same to the
Secretary of St.-te ir. the same manner
and with the like restrictions that they
are required to certify the votes ceven
fjr Governor, and Lieutenant Governor.
5. The Secretary shall, on or be
fore the first day cf December eighteen
hundred and forty-four, make out and
deliver to the Governor, a full and com
plete abstract of the votes given for and
against a Convention who shall immedi
ately cause the same to be published in
at least two nswspapers in this State.
6. If a majority of the votes thus
given shall befur a Convention, the Gov
ernor shall, in the month cf April, one
thousand eight hundred and forty-five,
. order an election to be held at the sever
al places of voting in this Stute, on the
f.rst .Monday in August, one thousand
eight hundred and forty-live, to elect del
egates to said Convention; which elec
tion shall, inal! respects, be governed by
the existing laws regulating elections;
and the persons elected shall, each, re
ceive a certificate thereof accordingly.
7. Each Senatorial district shalb
and is hereby authorised to elect double
ie BU;ot;cr"tO"Bci c Jitald Convection,
which said disti ict shall he entitled by
law to elect to trie enate of this State at
the time of said election; and any person,
eligible to a seat m the House ol itepre
sentatives of this State, shall be eligible
to a seat in the Convention.
8. The person who shall be elect
ed, according to the provisions of this
act shall, on the third Monday ol
vember, 1845, meet and assemble at the
City of Jefferson, in general convention,
and shall have power to form and propose
a new Constitution lor this Mate.
9. The Convention shall judge its
own privileges and elections, and the
members thereof shall have all the priv
ileges to which members of the General
Assembly are entitled, and shall be al
lowed the same compensation; and said
Convention shall have power to appoint
such officers and give them such com
pensation as may be deemed right, and
said compensation shall be obtained in
the same manner as the members and of
ficers of the General Assembly are al
lowed and paid.
i 10. Iu cases of contested elections
to the convention, the contending candi
dates shall pursue the same course and
be governed by the same rules as are now
prescribed by law in contested elections
to the Legislature of this Stale.
ill. If a vacancy shall occur in the
convention, the same shall be filled in
the same manner as prescribed by law
for filling vacancies of the Legislature of
t 12. The constitution formed by the
convention shall be deposited in the office
of ihe secretary of state; and a copy ol
the tame snail by the Governor, be caus
ed to be published in such manner as
said convention shall direct.
13. On the first Monday in Au
gust, 1846, at the several election pre
cincts in this state, the judges thereof
shall cause two columns to be opened:
headed one 'for the constitution,' 'the
other, 'against the constitution,' and
cause the vote of each voter to be set in
the appropriate column, and certify the
votes so given to the clerks of the seve
ral county courts, who shall certify the
same to the secretary of state, in the same
manner and with the like restrictions
that they are now required to certify the
votes given for Governor and Lieuten
ant Governor of this state.
14. All qualified voters ol this state
shall be entitled to vote fur or against
j 15. It shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor to lay before the General Assem
bly, at their regular session, in the year
1846 th6 vote for ratifying or rejecting
said constitution; and if it shall appear
to the General Assembly, in joint meet
in, that a majority of all the votes giv
en have accepted the constitution, they
shall, by joint resolution, declare said
constitution to be the supreme law of the
State, & the former canslitution shall be
f 16. Il shall be the duty of the Gov
ernor, in the month of May, 1843, to
cause this act to be published in three of
the principal newspapers in St. Louis,
ani ia all the other papers published in
thisState outside St. Louis, which publi
cation shall continue for six successive
weeks; the expenses of said printing
shall be paid out of the general contin
This act to take effect from and after its
Speaker of the House of Representatives.
M. JL MARMADUKE,
President of the Senate.
Approved Tub 27, 1843.
STATE til-' MLS. Ol'KI, I
County uf 1'ilte. j " "
In the Comity Cunt, Aluy Term
TASPEU Slh'TWELL Administrator of
ijf the folate t John Ciisb, deceased,
comes itito Court nnd f:.ei his petition for the
ale of tl.e real c.-tte of said deceased, and
aid petition is nrrompuuied ty a true ac
count uf his A. Immigration, a lint of the
tULti due to mid by tl.e deceased, and an
invt uiory ci ti:c tval c.-tate, and a'l offset
in Lis 1..U.J , t:.c li!o verifud by the min
! s.t.. :
tfiifnf, il i; tUrtfure ordered that
ill poro.'.s u.n'if :o I in 'am estate, tie noli
lied liii.i.f, .i.l inilt.-g the contrary be
MiiiWll O!, il.e day ill the Ilex August
terra of ll.i- court ; an order willbe made
Cur (lie mV of t.ie following real elate, ly
ii t; in s.u'il county ut Tike, and lie-cribed as
loifoH', b cimiiiiir on the s.itherlv
-ide of survey lti-4, in T. No. fill, X. of U
No. 15 IV ., of 'lie filth principal meridian,
-e post corner fioiu winch nickcry 10
ilia., bears .V Si, V. I'it links, and a hl.ick
onk L'( ia ih'a., hear S. M7, W. lilt links.
thence south JS,ol chains intersected J sec
tion post, bettveeli No. 2i and twei:tv-three
si rj-Ultt chuiti?, set rot comer fiom which
pin oak CI in (In. tiear 7U K. 4lIinlcs, and
d ditto IT) in dia. bean S 0, V. 50 links,
ihence west from the renttc of flection No
at 15 chains entered prairie, tears N
E. and S. VV. "HI link", the 1 section cor
ner on the line between sections No. ."ijnj
'.n, at 130 chains entered timber, at 16 chains
i t o-t coiner ;i. links south tif the
curuer to sections No i!0, '2, and IiI5,
fiom whi-:h a pin onk SI in dia.. bean S.
''V, V. .")! ii,ik, and an i'iu 11 in dia
hears N. ;;7, E. !' lit.Us, thenee wot at
50."'9 cLn'ns set pn-t, t-nrner froiu whicta Dr.
eliii. 9 in dia , bp.in N . 4.", E. 21 links.
And a b tali 21 iu din. bears S. fi"!, I'..
lvS link, thence N. 4, (HI chains; the qr.
-i ctiou corner he'.w:-en sections No. VJ ami
."), 61 chains set post corner, on the
line of survey No. 1G--J, corner to fraction
'A section No 'J'. I, I. ..in winch an elm 1 1 in
din ., bears S. fW, V. 13 links mid a ditto
1(1 in dia. bears N. Tifl, M. 7 links, thence
nith the line of survey No. 1CJ4, N. (".'!
E. at 40,00 chain, corner t" fractioonl sec
tiom No. 2S and -".. h r?, l l chains to the
beginning cod er, al-o a certaiu other tiact
containing .':,") six'y four one hundredths
acr.s, and bounded at follows: the east half
f the nerth .n't qr. of secti. o 32, in town
'hip 5o, of range three we-t, or so much
'hereof as will bo suilie'icnt to py tt.e debts
of said estate, and fui ther ordered that this
notice be published in funic newspaper in
this State for six weeks tncceisivrly.
A true er r y.
Teste. A I! . Bl'CKN'EU, Clerk.
M-iy lHthl'Sj:? (i-.'
Q T$ AXAV, AY f,, ru t!'e '"u
'X sciiher, livin; .1 mile-
K'ikS florin east fioui Uow liiif (reetis
I'ike county, Missouri, on the
2(ith April liist, a r.ero man
named VOSK, about .") feet 111
inches hi.b, tutlier slender; a
bout 22 years old, dark color.
ed, his feet are sore from frostbite ; he is rath
er dull, and bad on when he lelt a seal skin
cap, and brown janes cant mid pantaloons
with bl-ie janes over rout. It issupposcd he
iniiy attempt to croEs the liver. The above
lenard will be given for his delivery to inc,
or confinement in "m'.' jail, where 1 can get
him; il taken out of this State, ant il Ik.
ken within the State, 2.J will be glim.
KAKKN II. Wlf ITAKKIt.
Pike c-'uHy, Mo, May 2(1, '4. I'w V'J.
T YPE AT RED ICED VR ICES.
T. L0C1S TtTE roL'XDlir.
THE undersigned, (successor to Ceor;e
Charles,) having iiirclin'eil the interest
of his late partners, in the above establish
ment, will continue tl.e business at tl.e old
stand and solicit? a contiuuuuce of the pat
rciiapeliitherto extended to this foundry by
the Piiutcrs nf the West
Being determined to iurnidi Type, and u!l
other rauteriili ucd in a Printing Oliice, as
cheap as possible, he is prepared to fill all
orders with which he may bo favored, at the
following greatly reJuccd rattt, fur ca:li;
Nonpareil, 7.1 cts per lb.
.Minion, fill " "
I'revier, 52 ,- '
Burgeois. 43 ' ' "
f.oug Piiiner, 41 cts per !b.
Simll Pica, ay " "
P.cb, 3,j "
F.ngii-ii, 35 " "
With Borders, Cuts, Brass Rule, and all
Other articles in proportion.
J'rinii ng I.tk of all kinds constantly on
Printing foper supplied to order.
Hood Lttler of all sixes, together with
Presses, Cases Chases, &.C. it.
Old Type rtcieveJ ill excliauge ot nine
cents per pound.
X. B. Publishers of newspajicrs throueb-
out the South and West, who shall insert the
above aiUertisement, with this note, three
times within the next three months, and send
one of their papers to foundry, will be en
titled to the payment of their bills by pur
chasing four times the amount.
A. I'. I,ADI:.W.
je 30 :it
Notice to Debtors.
ALL persons indebted to the late firm
of S.N.Purse & Co., on account of the
Ashley Steam Mill, are hereby request
ed to come forward and make immediate
settlement, either by note or prompt pay
tnent, otherwise their accouuts- will be
placed in the hands of the proper oiheer
for collection. The matter must be at
tended without delay.
Ashley Mo. July 14th, 1843. 37 tf.
Groceries at Louisiana Prices
THE ubcriber has just received, and
now oneuin? at L. Pettibune'a nld atand
Family Groceiies, Queen's
Ware, Tin-Ware, Do
All of which will be sold at fauisiam prices
for cat-h. He has determined that lie will not
in any instance depart from the cash system,
being satisfied that it is the best course, to
pursue, both for buyer and seller. The public
are respectfully invited to call and examiue
lor themselves. H. L. PETTI BONK.
April 9th, 1843. . 2m26.
a Xtu Diucotery 'in the Kcvspapir ,
most important an invaiuahlei'.iscoverj'
has hceu made by u entlemiiii of this city,
j by which newspapers may be printed in their
pre'elit lorm, ano ni ii:e same nine, capauie
of being converted at pleasure into a Magu
line form, for preservation.
This grand improvement, which is desiin
td to form a new crn iu the business, eu"ecl
iug an entire revolution ill the art of prin
ting mammoth newspapers, will he introdu
ced, by peimisMonof the patentee, into the
Philadelphia Saturday Muteuui, cotumeuc
in; in .May next.
Iu announcing to the fiicuds of the news
paper pess throughout the country, n dis
covery which will add so immensely to the
value of newspapers, the puhli.heis of the
Saturday hupuhi, have, aim, tho proud
satisfaction of anniiiiiH in e the complete and
triumphant tucce-s of tin ir new Family
Newspaper. The liberal patinurigc nlready
secured for this new and pnpula' antcrni-e.
has not only snrpas e.l the mo-t sanguine
eipectatioii, but i.- ei tirely unprecedented.
IMfROVEJIEXT I.M 'THE SlfSKI M."'
"The Museum" is new so l..i.lv and firm
ly established , that we feel warianttdin
makinc some very extensive and impoitanl
improvemrnts By the fir-t ofjini, weshalt
have cmr.i letcd all our airiu; mi nts. We
shall hate, in the firt place, a beautiful, clear
ami bold type in the second, a superh
suuoth and white paper iu the third place,
we shall make an ingenious s novel change
in the arian-emcnt of the matter iu the
fourth place, we shall increase otii corps ol
contributor-in all the vaiious departments
of a 1'amilv Newspaper iu the fifth p'ace
we have secured, at n hih salary, the trt
vices of Eijoar A. Po'e, Jlsq , a gentleman
who'C hish miit versati'e abilities have al
ways spoki u promptly for themselves, and
who. alter the fir.t of .May, will aid us iu
the editorial conduct of the Journal.
The "Narrative nf Townscud's Journey
over the Kocky Mountains," one of Ihe most
inteicstine and valuable ever published, is
sent to all new turrecrnrrrv. - At K 9.clu
sion, our readers will find themselves in pin
session of a work which alone willbi worth
douMethe suhsciiptum to the paier. We
ihnll continue, al'o, of course, tl.e Woqiliplii-
cal Sketches and Portraits," whit li are now
pxciting so unsanipied an iuten t. With
the-e nnd other f atmes contained, ami with
the iiriprovcrut uts in contemplation, it re
mains to he seen whether we do not amply
ttiltil our determination of making the very
be-t Newspaper iu Aiueiiea.
Per-ons wirhiu tj securn six thousand
laneoctavo pages of useful, intrrestini. and
l!iiexr:e tioliiihli reading for the select fami
sv circle, lor the small sum of twu Hollars
per year hciue; lit the Rttniii'hinL'ly low rate
of tiiirtv pn;.e for one cent, or equivalent
to one hundred and twenty pa.-es for four
cents should hand their names iu now.
TVs fi MS Two Dollars per an num. Three
copies for Five Dollars, or sixteen copies foi
Twenty Dillais, in the extra in I'l-einert'
offered at present for dubbin; .
THOMAS : CLANKE i CO,
()i!ice r.f the Saturday Miremu, Puhli-h
ers' Hull, No. 101 1 he-nut St. Philadr Iphia
STATE OF MI S.SU L'KI, f
County of Pike. '
In the County Court, Feb. Term, 141.
JESSE G. KODGEKS Admini-trator ae
4 . ni' lion of the Estate of Lewi I't
tciback (tec 'ascil, comes and files his peti
tion for the sale of the real estate of said
deceasrd. and said nrtitioii is accompanied
by a true account of his Adiniiii-tration, a
list of the debts due to and by the deceased
ami an inventory of the real e-tatr, and ol
all other us-ets in his hands, the whole vrri
lied by the affidavit of said administrator
It is therefore ordered that nil persons in
terested in said estate, be notified that un
less the contrary be shown on or before the
first day of the next term of this Court, un
order will be made for the sale of the fol
lowing described real estate to wit : lots 3.1,
34,39,40, 1 10, and 93, with the improve
incuts thereon, in tho town of Bowling
Green, or so much thereof as will be sntl
cicut to pay the debts of said deceased, and
that this notice be published for six weeks
iu some newspnper in thisSttc. '
A true copy of the record.
Teste: A. II UUCKNER, Clerk.
February 2")th. l-4:'. 017.
ADMIN ISTIt ATION NOTICE.
jjOTICE is hereby given, that the
' undersigned has obtained from
the Clerk ol the County Court of
l'ike county, letters of Administra
tion upon the Estate of Andrew Mif-
lord, deceased, hearingdate the 25th
May A. D. 1843. All persons hav
ing claims againsl said estate, are te
quested to exhibit them in one year
from the dale of said letters for al t
Iowance, or they may be precludedt
Irotn any beneht ot said estate: and'
if such claims are not presented wilh-
in three years fiom the date of said'
letters, tliey will be forever barred.
MELCII ISADECK EARLY, Adm'r.
May 27ih, 1843. 3w30.
Dr. W. II. Waters,
HAVING located himself in Bowline
Green, offers his professional service to
the citizens and public generally. In ease of
intricacy, where additional medical aid shall
be deemed necessary, the services of Dr. T. S.
Waters, will be given without additional
Bowling Creea, May 13th, 1843. 3w28.
llE JFgr steamer
Ca.j wi1 jeave SL Louij e
r ' , & . , . J.
Wednesday and Saturday evening at 4
o'clock, for Keokuk. On her return, will
leave Louisiana, every Friday & Monday
evening at 3, and Clarksville at 4 o'clock
on same day. As the Boreas carries the
U. -S. Mail, she can be depended upon
to leave regularly and punctually, at the
May 27th 1843. 30 If.
New and Cheap
rt HE subscriber has just received a large
I assortment of
New and Fashionable Goods,
and Groceries of. every description, which
having been purchased for CASH at very low
prices, will be sold unusually low for cah or
good produce. Also a Urjc lot of best Juniat.
la Nails on couinii-sion, which will be sold at
the extremely low price ol !G,00per keg.
Purchasers will find it to their interest to
call and examine my slock before purchasing.
Louisiana, Pike county, Mo.
April 12th, 1843. Iiu21.
via Pittsburg or Orleans.
riMIK nub-senber will advance in cabli 4-5lhs
J the market value on Flour shipped direct
to the east via Pittsburg or New Oilcans, or
will advance 2.3vls, uith the privilege of salr
in Ortran, if the market will justify. I will
also advance, on Wheat, Lard and Pork. My
eastern correspondents, are Flour and Grain
houses, of long standing, and well acquainted
with the market fur these staples.
F'rom my Pittsburg correspondents, I have
received a tariff of rales on Flour, Lard, ic,
lo New York via the Pennsylvania canals.
which, as the warm session antiroarhc. will
justify shipments to New York of Flour and
Lard via this quick route. My New York cor.
respondent rat Flour house) writes it is not
taje being liable to sour, to ship Flour from
your piaco via Orleans, after the first of May.
GH). K. liL'DD.
Flour and Grain Factor.
N. B, Having n- interest in groceries, or
grocery houses. 1 will purchase and ship these
urticles at the very low prices, fur those who
send mr orders.
April !9, 1913. 2G
state of mis.soi ::i,
County of Pike. jj "
In the County Court, February Term la J3
'yf V i ordered by the ( olirt thi.t the lullow
sba ing be observe.! as theorder of Iran act
ing business in this Court at evei v term, viz :
lloMins and Tcksoavs, of each Icim to
he devoted tu County business, including
Roads, Kevenue, Koad & Caititl Fund, cunty
and township school funds, claims ntraiusl
the county, paupers, county offices Vc
Wrnsf suAl s to allowance of demands a
trainst e-tntes not having had an annual set
tlemssut. THcasDAr and Fma&vs, to an
nual settlements of Adii.inistia tors. Execu
tors and Guardians, iu the order of the dock
et kept by the Clerk; to allowing demand.
cuiu-t rstntcs, settled on the same dav by
Administrators and Executors, an;! uny oth
er business in rr-lntion to the e-tntes of ile
cea'e.l per-ons and Illinois; and Sm'sriivs
to find settlement and l.n-i;.e-s leiatiei:
A title copv fiom the record .
Te.te. A. M. I'l't K M:C, Cle.k.
I'erS. W. UtCkNF.c. II C
March 11th, l" i:t. J tf
riAHE undersiignrd, a graduate of the Dan-
J villo Ileafanil Hum Ayluin, Ky , will
open a school lor the iiistr.ietmn ot deaf and
oumh children, at the resndence of Judge Mc
Earland, in Lincoln county Mo.
Terms: fifty dollars per scholar for twelve
months. All who may feel disposed to pat.
ronize this school, will please bo assured that
no attention shall bo wanting;, which will con.
duce to the advancement of their children in
the path of improvement. Those who may
wish to send from distance can obtain board.
ing cheap in the family of Mr. McEarlnnd.
A. J ACKSON KING
Jas. W. Campbell, W. Hcndrick, S. P. Rob
inson, Hiram (;. Edwards, C. It. Crane, Thos.
Waters, A. H. Bue.kner, Win. Penix, Bow.
ling t;rcen. liarzel Kiggs, Caleb .McEarlaud,
April lUth, 1843. 21 tf.
Tho St. Iiuis Iicpuhlicsn please insert four
times, and forward bill to this office.
CI TK AY EI) f.om
the subscriber liv
ing near Valkerville,
in this county, on the
1 1th nist , u bay mare
live yenis old, Willi 11 small star on the fore
head, a small snip on the nose, nnd white
hind feet. I will jive the above reward to
any one who will deliver her to me.
JOHN K. BUCHANAN.
June 17th. l.i:t. :it :i:t.
List Of Letters,
EJEMA1NING in the Tost office al
Bowling Green, Mo., on 30th of j
June, 1843, which if not taken out in I
three months, will be sent to the Gener- '
al Tost Onxs as dead letters.
John W. Applet. .11, 2; Nam y Anderson.
N. Black; I. a II,: i ley; James Barhee ; Tims.
Blind; David Butler; JacobCreath; G. B
Crane; II. C. Draper; W. T. Diinu, l.it
tlebcrry Epperson; T. H- Harris; John
Huph; Tlioiuas U Hunter; Thomas Hun
ter, Jr; N. W .Jones; James Lindsay ; lar
kin Laiirance; Leroy II. I.ockett; Dipcs
l.tick; E. A. Say; B. A Mr.Kenzie, 2;
Thomas Al. McQuien; Martha Micham;
Elvira uartiu; W. V. Miner, Cyrus jicKey ;
Davenport Nalley; Willian Penix; An'
drew Shepherd; Johu Ware; Jsaac Ward;
Nathaniel Williams; Juhn Wi-r- J
Ware; ' '
II. G EDWAPsDS. P. M
July Pth, 142. -iij
TllIUthAb, my wife Nuncv
Tutt, has left my bed and boaril
without any just cause or provication
on my part, I therefore warn all
persons from Irusting her on mv ac
count, as I will pay no debts of her
contracting after this date.
B. G. TUTT.
July Oth, 1813. 2w3G.
Miss Leslie's Magazine,
The Home Book of Literatuie, Fashion and
XDiTio ar aiss c. lkslik,
Author of ".Mrs. Washington Potts," ic,"
and T. S. Arthui, Author of "Six Nights
With the Washingtonians," kc. Embel
lished with the most exquisite Monotint
and steel plates and splendid colored plates
of the fashions.
The great demand which has existed for
the past year, for Uoctey's Lady's Hook,
Graham's Magazine, and other kirdreu pub
lications, has induced the subscriber to pre
sent to the publics Monthly Magazine,
similar, in its genem features, to the popu
lar works re!Tl"J !; hut with some Claims
to Attention which they do tint possess.
For this purpose he has secured the aid of
MISS E LESLIE, oniversully known atone
of the first female writers of the age, and
paiticu'.arly distinguished by ber graphic
sketches of manners, and her success in il
iuttratiegand correcting fashionable follies.
As the writer of various books, and a coo
tribtitur toGoly's Lady's Cock, Graham's
Matrnzine, and other periodicals uf hirh re
putation. Miss Leslie has done much to en
lighten and entertain (he public, and iu the
.Magazine now presented, which bears her
name, she will make her eminent talents
sti'l more available for the general good.
!'-ides a Series of Nouvclleltes, in her own
illimitable style, in which, under cover l
amusement, some beneficial design will be
promoted; she will furnish from fcer observa
tion, rending and experience, a succession
of L-says on
embracing general suggestions for the regu
lation of domestic estatili.hments. hints aurl
reflections useful to lion ekeepers, practical
advice, numerous receipts never before pub
lished, and all other things that may he
made, subservient to the purpose. This de
partment of the Magazine, tl oah no un
due space will be nlicttcd to it, is not to be
i found iu any other periodical, and toe Pub
Ii-her is satisfied that it will not be less in
leresting and vuluar-.io than it is novel. As
it is the purpu-e of the Publisher lo make
the Magazine tii'. utary to useful design, he
lias made 11 n arrangement ih tl.e ju-t!v
c.lehrateil T S Ait'l Ul If, Fsq by wl.ie'h
that t;entli 11.1111 will be ilireetly eiiated in
a j.'int siij.erinteiidenr c, nnd will bestow i.is
t.e-t -urieavors. Mr Arttior will furnish
fur each nltmlier one rti innrr of bis
aurl such utl.er matter as may be adopted
to tl.e Hniu-emcnl and improvement of all
ses and classes, especially Youn Ladies,
to whose interest- the utmost cure will be
Indicting that a proper taste in dress is
essential to the true development of female
Rraecfotness, a portion of tl.e woik will be
den, ted to un exposition and illustratiuu uf
This will be stru tlr and exciu.ively under
the care of Miss Leslie, whne seven- taste
and Jipie opportunities uf ,ib:ci . a lieu, will
confer upon whatever receives the stamp of
her approbrtino, a high authority. To ena
ble her to select the newest, lates'., and
uio-t recherche fashions, the publisher lias
made arrangements to receive, by the Stta
iuoi the latect issuts of Pans and Loudon
ami to give the highest pos-ible t-ffi ct to th
modes selected, he has made an arrati
n.ei 1 mini a eeier.iaiea Al'l-I, 10 compose
atal ini.ilifv the eroiip, so as to render
hiilh'y eirective. He thi n lore does
hesiinle to alinounce that hi
will be not only uwie cor.ectly . but will beig,.Ilt,, Would do H til to ena
executed 111 a stvleof tieater brillnsiicy anil ' 1.. r ,1 . , '
elegance than uny wb.ca can I. found in ' " f" ''
any o'her publiciitiou
.Miss l.r, lie's J'iij.-atiiie will, as will be
perceived frulu what has bttu stated, be em
phatically, A HOME COOK,
and it will contain matter especially calcti
l.i tul for Ornament to the Centre 'i'ab!e,in
terestiue; readlnt; and conver-ation iu the
llrawin; Hoc m, and for Ihe Kninily Kire,ide;
valuable supcestious in ll.e Ilon-el.ci- ci's
Depaitlnent, and uiiemii;; illu-traticlij iu
the style of llieain.
The embellishments will be in the first
style of the pictorial art. Each numter
will contain Two Plates; and in the cour-e
of the volume there will be pi.--i i.ted sever
al Superb Mezzotints, of the highest po-sj.
ble elegance and fiuish.
'The rohti r.ts of Miss Le-lic's Magazine
will he such as to give it, in this respect, e
decided superiority. No mere reveience
lor names, will induce t! e editor to admit
any article of quc-liounbie uieiit, but every
thins; admitted will be j ink-id of by its in
trinsic woith, and nothing can possibly find
11 place which will not be calculated to pro
mote the entcrtuiiiuieut end edification of
its readers .
It will scarcely be credited that a Maga
zine,such as has been desciibed, can be af
forded at the low rite of one dollar and fifty
cents per annum, wbenbutii single copy i
subscribed for, but, at the ri'k of considera
ble loss, (ho mil. li-In. h,i lAf......:..u.l ..
furnish it fur thnt sum, heinj; just one half
ll-e price of the other piiucipal .Maazini's.
lJ,-1', will be seen by the simioiued li.t
"f.",r,'' f"1' premiums, the puhli.t.er has cdi-
,n ,evs lllt" lare uuiu3- necessary to
Address, post paid,
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101 Che.tnut Street, Publi-bi rs' Hall.
The Kir-t Number will be issued in Junua
iN-nuctutNTS to Postmasters and Othsbs.
Four Copies of this beautiful work will be
furnished lor Five Dollars, inciiirent funds.
Ten Copies for Ten Dollars, " s
'J'i copies for Twenty Dollar",
To every person forwaiding $"), four copies
will be sent, and iu addition a copy of Pil
(rims of the Hhine. Devereux, Eugene Aram,
Last Days of Pompeii, Friincisca Carrara,
Traits nnd Trinls of Eng. Life, The Van of
the Pearock, Romance ami lieulitv. The
liepeaiers. Conversations with Lord Byron,
'The Honey-Moori and Gems of Beauty, The
Disowned, Paul ClifTord, llienzi, (By Bul
wer.) Ethel Churchhill, The Iiupmvisntricc,
Book of Beauty, (By Miss Landon, with a
Portrait) Confessions of an Elderly Gentle
man, The two Friends, Victims of Society,
(By Lady nies-ingtou, with a Portrait.)
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er Din j be preferred .
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H HAVING located permanently in LooW..
ana. Mo, offers bis servicaa to lb eiti.' i
zens of that place and its vicinity, ia tb
rions branches of bit profession. ' Having sVs t
voted his attention particujarl to the srtBsfy ,
of Anatomy and turgory, and bavins; witMs- '.
o A nnil immI,iI n m f . 1. . : -
- - - - -iiw luun ssssswwiBSfl .
sergical operations, he offers bis service .
tally in that branch of bis profession. HB "l
tens himself that if called on be Will Darfos. It v
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ernployers, almost any of the capital sergicai '
operations now performed by the celebratest
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most assiduous attention to the variuus aiulisst r :
.ru. ....: 1 j . TTJ '
v. um aiuivasiou, inu mooeraie cnarges, tajr" r
merit a share of public patronage iU will
practjrjLji-eftii)Qlion ajm.h.Dr. ilarcjin. .
Louisiana, April 25th, 184
TOBACCO, HEMP, &C.
PF31IE subsenbar will receive and forward
alsa Tobacco, Hemp, Pork. Slc at tauntty
low rale to Orleans or the East, iiaving no
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leans having no interest in packet ship r -vessel,
freight both here end below, -will b '
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advance in cash (without any charge for laa
in exchanged from two third to three foortha
the value here on Tobacco, Hemp, Floer,
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publisher bow many copies will be
w;.ntcd fr his iieighboth.Msd. by mail,
(post-paid) us soon :is possible? It is
his intention to sp.ve noi'hs'r psins
nor expense to iutrodure ;li; entire
ly new nnd original .M t uviirt into
every family thiotii.hiii.t 'h,- Uhhii.
The above w ill In f. ut d one of the
most useful tind pr pular PeiioJicali
ever published, for enterprisinir tren
to undertake the sale of in ail our
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